Tuesday, February 23, 2016

9 Things People With Clean Houses Do Every Day






Find yourself feigning excuses for why your friend can't pop up to your place to use the bathroom before the movie? Ever turn beet red with embarrassment when unexpected guests enter your home? It sounds like you have a messy house.

Imagine how much more enjoyable life would be if you were one of those perpetually tidy people whose homes could be company-ready with 15 minutes' notice. We wanted to turn our clean fantasies into a reality, so we researched the daily habits of people with clean houses — note the word "habits." What we learned is that it takes more than a few deep cleanings to achieve this status of cleaning goddess. It takes daily work and preparation to keep your house in a constant state of near perfection.

Read on to discover the nine habits people with clean houses do every day, and how you can adopt them to get out of the disaster zone you've been living in. [Click Here For Full Story & Tips]






Monday, February 1, 2016

W.O.W. World Of Wearable Art

Today is the last day to view the World Of Wearable Art(W.O.W) exhibit at the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii. The exhibit is a collection of past winners from the annual internationally famous art awards show in Wellington, New Zealand.  
Ornitho-Maia by Nadine Jaggi/New Zealand

"To Be Or Not To Be" by Joanna Peacock/United Kingdom
The  event features a grand 2 hour spectacle of art,theater,music and dance created by artists from all over the world. Each year, the event draws an audience of 50,000.  

Honeycomb by Xin Liu/Donghua University China


Inkling by Gillian Saunders/New Zealand

Honor th Huia by Robin Parkinson/New Zealand
The collection debuted its first U.S. exhibition tour on October 3, 2015 at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu,Hawaii.  
Interwoven by Carol Laloli/New Zealand

On Reflection by Philippa Stitchbury/Australia
The magnificent  collection will then be available to view at the EMP (Experience Music Project)  Museum in Seattle, Washington from June 24, 2016 through January 3, 2017.

Revive' by Mengyue Wu & Yuru Ma/China
Founder Dame Suzie Moncrieff 
W.O.W began in 1987 as a promotion for a rural art gallery in Nelson, New Zealand. It's founder, Dame Suzanne Elizabeth Moncrieff, a sculptor- arts entrepreneur and native to New Zealand came up with the brilliant idea of taking art off the wall and exhibit it on the human form.
Templa Mantis by Daniella Sasvari/New Zealand


Deadly Beauty by Xi Zhang/Donghua University, China
  In 2005, the event moved to Wellington to showcase in larger venues to accommodate the growing attendance.  2016 will mark W.O.W's 29th years of success.



Kaleidoscope by Tess Tavener Hanks/ Sydney, Australia

Get Behind Me Satan by Rodney Leong/New Zealand


Each year the event draws over 300 artists from all over the world to compete.  About 170 finalist are selected for the award show's 2 hour performance presentation and the chance to win the title for best installation. 
Bam Boo by Renee Loui, New Zealand

Spinoso Centurion by Lynn Christiansen/USA
For more information, visit worldofwearableart.com